The Suicide Club
The Suicide Club, based on a story by Robert Louis Stevenson, was announced in the press as a vehicle for Bela Lugosi. In 1934 the idea was revived by Universal as a vehicle for Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff in the wake of their successful pairing in The Black Cat (1934). Although pre-production promotional artwork was published, the film remained unproduced.
Dallas Morning News, January 4, 1932
San Francisco Chronicle, January 12, 1932
Hollywood Closeups by Grace Kingsley
Tampa Tribune, January 15, 1932
Seattle Daily Times, January 31, 1932
Modern Screen, July 1932
Lugosi, Bela; unmarried; born Lugos, Hungary, October 20. Universal contract player. Featured role in “Murders in the Rue Morgue.” Working in “Suicide Club.” For Universal.